Idina Menzel Marries One-Time 'Rent' Co-star Aaron Lohr - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Idina Menzel Marries One-Time 'Rent' Co-star Aaron Lohr

The 46-year-old Menzel and Lohr, who's 41, appeared in the 2005 film adaptation of the musical "Rent." They

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    It's another season of love for Idina Menzel thanks to "Rent." 

    Menzel has married actor Aaron Lohr, her former co-star on the film version of the hit musical. 

    Menzel posted wedding pictures to her Facebook page on Monday, writing: "Wanted to let you know... married the love of my life Aaron Lohr this weekend at our home. Dad & son walked me down the aisle. It was magical."

    The 46-year-old Menzel and Lohr, who's 41, appeared in the 2005 film adaptation of the musical "Rent." They also share a Disney background. Menzel provides the voice for Queen Elsa and her "Let It Go" anthem in "Frozen." Lohr appeared in Disney's Mighty Ducks movies and the company's 1992 musical "Newsies."

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    This is the second marriage for Menzel, who shares a son with ex-husband Taye Diggs, who she also met as a "Rent" co-star. They were also in the original Broadway production of "Rent."